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06/14/19
 -07/06/19
Nature Interpreted: Jennifer Williams/Newman & Ciancibelli

Nature Interpreted
Jennifer Williams/Newman & Ciancibelli
June 14 - July 6th
Opening Reception June 14th, 4 -7 pm

Jennifer Williams and the Husband and wife team of Jeremy Newman & Allison Ciancibelli invite us to step into their world, as they present their interpretation of nature in motion.

Jennifer’s paintings are composed of mixed media layers of recycled maps, paper bags and text showing nature’s strength and resilience through layers of paint and paper with a message of hope and healing.

Free and Open to the Public

Jeremy and Allison’s glass pieces combine traditional glass blowing skills together with woodworking and metalworking. Their simple, earthly forms serve as blank slates for their abstract, narrative imagery.


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06/21/19
 -08/30/19
Jewelry Show: A Singular Approach - Design

Non-Traditional Design & Technique

June 21-August 31st

Participating Jewelry Artists:

Jane Adam

Maru Almeida

Jim Cotter

Maia Leppo

Micki Lippe

Reception for the Artists is Attendance: Friday June 21st, 4-7pm


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06/25/19
Whale Museum Lecture

On June 25, Joan Drinkwin, Natural Resources Consultants, and Monica Shoemaker, Washington Department of Natural Resources, will present information about an innovative new project that will bring Army soldiers to dive deep to help improve wildlife habitat in Puget Sound. Their lecture “Army Deepwater Derelict Net Removal Project will remove derelict fishing nets from Puget Sound” will be held at the Whale Museum at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 25, as part of The Whale Museum’s Summer Lecture Series.
 

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06/26/19
Advance Care Planning Workshop

Your Voice, Your Choice.  Advance Care Planning Workshop - Wed, June 26 at the Mullis Center from 6 pm - 8 pm

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06/26/19
Candace Wellman: Researching Cross-Cultural Marriages


San Juan Island Library meeting room, free. Candace Wellman, author of Peace Weavers: Uniting the Salish Coast through Cross-Cultural Marriages and Interwoven Lives: Indigenous Mothers of Coast Salish Communities, will explain the intricacies of researching cross-cultural marriages.  Limited Space Available: Please Register at the Library. 

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06/26/19
Advance Care Planning Workshop

Join us at the Mullis Center for an interactive discussion with Peace Health that will guide you through the process of completing your healthcare directive and durable power of attorney for healthcare.  This workshop is FREE and open to all.  Register at www.peacehealth.org/yourvoiceyourchoice.  For more information contact Hilary Walker at hwalker@peacehealth.org or Anna Coffelt at mulliscenter@gmail.com

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06/26/19
Candace Wellman: Interwoven Lives


In a book launch and signing cosponsored by Griffin Bay Bookstore, Candace Wellman will present her new book Interwoven Lives: Indigenous Mothers of Coast Salish Communities, a companion volume to her prize-winning Peace Weavers.  Her research reveals new details about the Northwest life and family of George E. Pickett

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06/26/19
 -07/07/19
For Better

Summer Play:

For Better

Wednesday-Sunday June 26-30 
Wednesday July 3 
Friday-Sunday July 5-7 
All shows 7:30 pm

A play by Eric Coble
Directed by Carol Hooper

In this plugged-in world of email, text-messaging and camera phones, do a bride and groom really need to be in the same country to go on a honeymoon? Karen and Max are getting married. At least, if their jobs will ever let them be in the same city at the same time. A romantic comedy for the digital age, For Better is a hilarious new farce that pokes fun at our overdependence on the gadgets in our lives.

*Special note ~ There will be talkbacks after the Friday night performances of For Better.

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06/29/19
San Juan Island Farmers Market - 2019 Weekly Schedule

The San Juan Island Farmers Market is every Saturday, April through October, from 9:30am to 1:00pm at Brickworks on 150 Nichols Street. The SJI Farmers Market is a community market that provides access to local & fresh food and strives to support small-scale agriculture and local businesses in San Juan County. 

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06/30/19
Summer Bike to Farm Tours

Running monthly from June-August, spend a summer day cruising the back roads of San Juan Island en route to one of our beautiful local farms! Meet at the SJI Co-op at the appointed day and time. A seasoned guide from Meat Machine Cycles www.meatmachinecycles.com will lead guests on an energizing bike ride across the island, with time to to stop and enjoy the local flora and fauna.
 

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06/30/19
Lime Kiln Lighthouse Centennial Celebration!

Lighthouse tours, live music & performances, silent auction & raffles, live art & crafts. US Coast Guard Admiral, Washington State Parks Commissioner & Lighthouse expert keynotes, Lighthouse Anniversary Wine label, and so much more!

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07/01/19
Know Your Islanders Talk: Travis Ayers, Luxel Corporation-Filtering Space


Luxel Corporation, one of the lesser known businesses on San Juan Island, provides nanometer-thick materials for applications in space astronomy, laser fusion, and semiconductors.  Travis Ayers will describe Luxel's technology, how it is used, and will have a few samples to observe.

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07/03/19
Whale Museum and Wolf Hollow Wildlife host Wild San Juan

The talk will take place on Wednesday, July 3 at 6:00 p.m. at The Whale Museum.  Harbor seal pup
births coincide with the busiest season in the San Juan Islands, and this presents some significant challenges. So what’s the best way to “Share the Shore” with marine mammals? Come join staff from The Whale Museum and Shona Aitken from Wolf Hollow as they co-present about this issue and discuss how both organizations contribute to the health of this species at both the population and individual level.
This evening is free and open to the public. For more information, call (360) 378-4710 ext. 30 or email info@whalemuseum.org.  The Whale Museum is located in Friday Harbor at 62 First St. N. Both organizations can be found online: The Whale Museum at www.whalemuseum.org and Wolf Hollow at www.wolfhollowwildlife.org
 

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07/05/19
Hidden Figures: The Movie


Come to a screening of Hidden Figures, the movie about three brilliant African-American women at NASA who served as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit.

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07/06/19
San Juan Island Farmers Market - 2019 Weekly Schedule

The San Juan Island Farmers Market is every Saturday, April through October, from 9:30am to 1:00pm at Brickworks on 150 Nichols Street. The SJI Farmers Market is a community market that provides access to local & fresh food and strives to support small-scale agriculture and local businesses in San Juan County. 

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07/06/19
Port of Friday Harbor Summer Music

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Saturdays on the water at the Port of Friday Harbor Marina.
July 6th - One More Time Band
July 13th Budapest West
July 20th Desolation Sound
July 27th Rocky Bay Band
August 3rd River Rye
August 10th Roctopus
August 17th Mojo Nation
August 24th San Juan Jazz Quintet
Auguest 31st Rythmatics

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07/10/19
Music on the Lawn

Wednesday evenings starting at 6:30 PM at 405 Price Street Friday Harbor
July 10th The Chameleons a favorite local band.
July 17th Petty Differences. The band creates euphoric sing-along experience.
July 24th The Walrus include songs by the Beatles, The Jackson 5, B-52, Talking Heads and others.
July 31st Marlin James Band wide range of high-energy country music.
August 7th Time Machine Radio songs include epic and iconic fun rock songs.
 

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07/10/19
Thor Hanson: All Things Berry


Join local author and biologist Thor Hanson for a fun and informative exploration of all things berry.  What is a berry? Which plants make them? Why? How? Includes discussion and tasting of familiar and surprising varieties.

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07/12/19
 -07/13/19
2019 Pod Nod

Pod Nod overnight marine adventures return this summer to The Whale Museum! These popular “pajama party” sleepovers are geared for children ages 6 to 11 and will be held on the following Fridays: July 12, August 2, and August 23. Pod Nods are led by Museum Educators with assistance from other adult professionals.  Youth participants will learn to value whales and their environment through art projects, science labs, games, the traditional flashlight tour of the Exhibit Hall, and a bedtime movie. 

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07/13/19
San Juan Island Farmers Market - 2019 Weekly Schedule

The San Juan Island Farmers Market is every Saturday, April through October, from 9:30am to 1:00pm at Brickworks on 150 Nichols Street. The SJI Farmers Market is a community market that provides access to local & fresh food and strives to support small-scale agriculture and local businesses in San Juan County. 

more info...
07/13/19
Port of Friday Harbor Summer Music

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Saturdays on the water at the Port of Friday Harbor Marina.
July 6th - One More Time Band
July 13th Budapest West
July 20th Desolation Sound
July 27th Rocky Bay Band
August 3rd River Rye
August 10th Roctopus
August 17th Mojo Nation
August 24th San Juan Jazz Quintet
Auguest 31st Rythmatics

more info...
07/14/19
Summer Bike to Farm Tours

Running monthly from June-August, spend a summer day cruising the back roads of San Juan Island en route to one of our beautiful local farms! Meet at the SJI Co-op at the appointed day and time. A seasoned guide from Meat Machine Cycles www.meatmachinecycles.com will lead guests on an energizing bike ride across the island, with time to to stop and enjoy the local flora and fauna.
 

more info...
07/17/19
Music on the Lawn

Wednesday evenings starting at 6:30 PM at 405 Price Street Friday Harbor
July 10th The Chameleons a favorite local band.
July 17th Petty Differences. The band creates euphoric sing-along experience.
July 24th The Walrus include songs by the Beatles, The Jackson 5, B-52, Talking Heads and others.
July 31st Marlin James Band wide range of high-energy country music.
August 7th Time Machine Radio songs include epic and iconic fun rock songs.
 

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07/17/19
Wild Side: Chris Oldham, San Juan Herpetology 101


Ecologist/Herpetologist Chris Oldham (Kwiaht) will present a program on our reptiles and amphibians, which will cover the ecology and life histories of our native species, including what makes them special. This will also be an opportunity to see some living examples!

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07/20/19
San Juan Island Farmers Market - 2019 Weekly Schedule

The San Juan Island Farmers Market is every Saturday, April through October, from 9:30am to 1:00pm at Brickworks on 150 Nichols Street. The SJI Farmers Market is a community market that provides access to local & fresh food and strives to support small-scale agriculture and local businesses in San Juan County. 

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07/20/19
 -07/21/19
San Juan Island Lavender Festival

18th Annual San Juan Island Lavender Festival July 20-21, 2019 10am-5pm 
Free Admission See Lavender

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07/20/19
Port of Friday Harbor Summer Music

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Saturdays on the water at the Port of Friday Harbor Marina.
July 6th - One More Time Band
July 13th Budapest West
July 20th Desolation Sound
July 27th Rocky Bay Band
August 3rd River Rye
August 10th Roctopus
August 17th Mojo Nation
August 24th San Juan Jazz Quintet
Auguest 31st Rythmatics

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07/20/19
The Hospice of San Juan Giddy Up

Dust off your cowboy boots because the Village at the Harbour is pleased to announce they will be hosting a vital fundraiser, "The Hospice of San Juan Giddy Up" on Saturday, July 20th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm to benefit the 100% volunteer run organization, Hospice of San Juan.

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07/20/19
Third Saturday Contra Dance

Kick up your heels with caller Carol Piening from Olympia and The Possum Carvers from Port Townsend featuring Scott Marckx on fiddle, Jeanie Murphy on banjo, and Chris Cooper on guitar. Carve up the best dance floor in the Islands to wonderful old-time music and energetic cheerful calling.
As always, all dances are taught so no need for previous contra dance experience; everyone is welcome, no need to bring a partner. Enjoy a grand ole time as the magic of dancing together unfolds!
Sponsored by San Juan Island Grange #966 most 3rd Saturdays.  Check out our Facebook page - San Juan Islands Contra Dance.
 

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07/20/19
Apollo 11: The Movie


Crafted from a newly-discovered trove of 65mm footage along with more than 11,000 hours of audio recordings, Todd Douglas Miller’s Apollo 11 documents the 1969 mission like never before.

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07/24/19
Music on the Lawn

Wednesday evenings starting at 6:30 PM at 405 Price Street Friday Harbor
July 10th The Chameleons a favorite local band.
July 17th Petty Differences. The band creates euphoric sing-along experience.
July 24th The Walrus include songs by the Beatles, The Jackson 5, B-52, Talking Heads and others.
July 31st Marlin James Band wide range of high-energy country music.
August 7th Time Machine Radio songs include epic and iconic fun rock songs.
 

more info...